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to injury. white fans have to pay up after the bet with seattle. -- why the mayor has to pay up after a bet with seattle. this flag will fly until sunset. -- >> this lot will fly until sunset. it is all part of honoring the bet with seattle's mayor. >> we made good on our end of the bed. not such a pretty sight out there. washington, d.c. remembering a legend this noon. mayor greg dedicated the newest monument to the godfather of gogo. preparations under way for a new park all about the smooth sounds of chuck brown. >> with the signature and smile the d.c. mayor signed into law the newest monument in a city that is full of monuments. this one is for the late chuck brown, a music icon in the city. >> beautiful. really beautiful. i am trying to hold my tears back. >> in a few months the chuck brown and music pavilion will open its doors to residents and guests. it will feature an open air amphitheater holding 900 seats an intimate setting for concertgoers just as he used to play. >> he was upbeat, energized enthusiastic, if not always connected with audience -- and always connected with the a
to read but it says, what? "lost, and served them right for betting." you can just make that out along there. let's see. have we got any marks on the bottom? no, there's no marks at all. i just thought they were anti-betting... anti-betting. well, funnily enough the chap who made these specialized in doing large religious plaques, which is actually quite an appropriate place for this guy. if you look on the back of it, there is a little rosette impressed into the clay there, which is the factory mark for the doulton factory-- doulton lambeth. we've also got a date code in here, so we can date them. it's, again, tricky to read they didn't impress it very well i think it's 1887. but more importantly there's this strange chinese-looking mark here which has been scratched into the clay. and that's the cipher for a modeler called george tinworth. the doulton factory made all sorts of art pottery, but they employed a lot of artist-potters, but george tinworth, particularly was noted for making these idiosyncratic, fun novelty models like this. he was the only modeler w
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the u.s. citizenship. that was more than '07, '08, '09 combined. i'll bet you it's a higher number for 2012 when it comes in and i bet you it it goes up in 2013. the obama administration and the democrats, they're so happy and gloating about smacking those tax rates on the rich and there's this new assumption, this politically correct assumption that you know what? you rich people, you're going to bend over and take that spanking because we raised rates on you so there. when you soak the rich, the rich start packing and they'll go elsewhere. and golfer, phil mickleson might do that. >> the former president of france is also, he's going to london he says or the u.k., because he wants to develop his business opportunity, but he's also got a few little legal problems that many suspect that he's trying to avoid, allegations of corruption and fraud, so that might have a dual purpose if indeed he goes to london. >> that's true, but that 75% marginal tax rates on all earnings over a million dollars that france wants to slap on the rich. that had to be a factor as well. i mean, when you do
for a beautiful day, just completely blue sky and there goes to sun. it will be back tomorrow, i bet you. it better be or we'll be in trouble. tomorrow the sun will set at 5:00 the last time the sunset was that late was on the 8th day of november. we're going to gain 38 minutes of daylight from now until january. so daylight hours getting longer. 38 was the high this afternoon. 43 is the average. across the area 28 in frostburg. 32 in silver springs. in the low 30's across the area. the temperature map shows the cold stuff to the north that that is up to northern england and up to the canadian arctic. so the cold air is feeling off that way. what is coming in place is the moderation. these are cold, cold numbers but over the next five six, seven days we're going to see a warm-up that will spread to the east in our direction. we'll hit about 50 next week. a little disturbance coming through tomorrow morning. i think it will just give us the gusty winds and the sunshine will be around for the duration of the day. sunny and cold through the midday because
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to the altar. now she's agreed suddenly he's thinking oh, i'm getting married. i bet i'm right. let the gard deal with it. he's not a priest yet. if you wouldn't mind? let ambrose deal with it. it's ambrose that's being throttled. where is she, huh? [ all shouting ] brian, for pity's sake. it's all right. he has every right. oh, ambrose. after i'm finished with him, i'm coming for you! no, you're not. you're going home. and keep the noise down before you wake up your daughter. where is she? [ fr. clifford ] assumpta's looking after her. all right, all right. okay. okay, lads we're fine now. ambrose... come on, brian i'll walk you home. don't do this on me, come on. hey-hey! good man yourself. i'm asking you to change your mind. why? because i think you're acting precipitously. precipitously? hastily. ah, right. you think i should wait until i've no customers want the stuff, instead of just one. has brendan kearney been on to you? please. i understand how you feel. oh, good. but there's a public relations problem here. let him drink bottled. i still have that. fo
. >> you bet. you bet. >>> what are these gun task force meetings doing to gun stocks? christine romans breaks it down next. and our "starting point" team heads in to talk about that and much more. good morning. >>> welcome back to "starting point." i'm christine romans minding your business. s & p 500 hit a five- year high. closing at the highest level since december 2007. u.s. stock futures are flat this morning. wells fargo reports fourth quarter earnings before the bell. >>> the massive flu outbreak costing the economy about $83 billion, according to statistics based on 2011. that's the direct costs. indirect costs from lost productive, $6.2 billion annually. 17 million work days are lost due to flu-related illness. nyc's new york's comptroller have called for businesses to give paid sick leave so contagious people don't come to work anyway. >> i don't like sick people. >> that's why we have an epidemic. >> go ahead. >> gun stocks fell again after more gun force task meet negotiation washington. stearns rulinger over 3%. walmart attended the white house meeting after initially citin
-holders. shareholders may like high risk bets, particularly high leverage because they get higher returns from those high risks at least until something goes wrong. by contrast, debtholders have traditionally been a force for moderation in the marketplace because they only get a fixed rate of interest whatever the debt obligation promises and when the company starts to take more risk, it is managed. but implicit government backing of the deaths of our largest financial institutions mean that this market discipline has suddenly been undermined. so today i want to talk about my new book, while some firms thrive while others fail, this builds on my work at the financial crisis inquiry commission. we studied internal documents. i can't tell you how many, from financial institutions and their regulators, interviewed ceos risk officers, bankers, traders, regulators, publishingmakers and other people to try to understand from everybody's perspective putting it altogether what went on here and in 2010, we were still in a stage where people on wall street and in the financial system were in shock and pretty
this shrimp, i bet you thought he was a goner. and some lawmakers want to bring back the spending that brought back this critter. attention, all shoppers, your credit card bill is about to get bigger with a new fee kicking in this weekend. and people fee'd up are lashing out. you maniacs, you blew it up! >> charge it up and pay up. starting tomorrow, retailers no longer having to pay the processing fees to credit card companies. part after class action lawsuit rolling. so, who is going to cover the cost? how about you. it could add another 4% to every purchase that you make with plastic. this is a nightmare. >> more than a nightmare. let me tell you people love their credit cards, understandable why. a way for you to build equity, to make banks know who you are, build your credit score, but at the end of the day may cost you more when you take credit cards out in stores all over. >> and stores can make up their minds? >> yes, they're doing that right now. >> whether to pass it on. >> we're calling them, we're calling them this week and we're hearing that target is not going to charge this fee
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rupert murdock is among potential buyers. it's possible it will bet the tribune on movie stations. net flix ceo started out with a bang. compensation package for 2013 will double, hitting $4 million, $2 million salary, $2 million stock options he took a pay cut because of management missteps. irving azoff resigned from the world's biggest concert promoter selling 1.7 million shares of live nation stock recently. and saying oversatisfying the merger looks for returning to the entrepreneurial world. says lawyers try to shut me up, now. shares of apple gaining 4.4%. stocks third biggest jump. shares of apple gained 31%, but closing today, stocks well off it's 52 week high of $705 a shairks turning broader market, stocks closing higher for the day. your bloomberg silicon valley index higher as well. speaking of apple, 13-year-old gregory hoffman got a great christmas present. an iphone but with a catch. the blogger told gregory he had to agree to a 13-point contract to keep the device. points include keep your manners, use your manners on the phone, never ignore a call from mom or dad. mom
the 49ers favored by four points. here is a tip, don't bet the game. don't do it. if you absolutely have to bet it, if you're emotionally involved and don't bid more than 20 bucks. nobody can predict this one. both teams are evenly matched. the factor tip of the day. no one knows. no edge. and that's it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website, different from billoreilly.com and talking points memo, post it there. and spout out about the factor, from anywhere in the world, lots to it talk about tonight. oreilly@foxnews.com, and anytime if you wish to opine, and an uppity word today. don't be verecund. and anywhere in the world, i got a letter from the south pole, from nepal, from iceland, and again, thanks for watching tonight. i'll bill o'reilly, remember the spin stops right here because >> i feel like i should pinch myself right now. i can't believe i have this vantage point. >> so you're what? about 15 or 20 feet from the sflez. >> probably a good, i would say 50 feet from the president right now. very, very close. >> sean: history repeats, someone pinch me.
the mother of all mistakes. it can't be that bad. do you want to bet? father clifford, have you got a minute? talk to you later. one minute i was offering her a little friendly comfort and the next -- yeah, i get the picture. has siobhan said anything? she doesn't have to. it's all in the eyes with women. that's why i'm trying to avoid her. it was just, well, you know how it is. we had a bit to drink and one thing led to another. right. and you think siobhan might have ideas about something more permanent? i think she's in love with me. well, you can't keep avoiding her. i just don't want to hurt her feelings, that's all. all the more reason why you should say something. i can't. not until i've had a good night's sleep anyway. coward. knackered coward. brendan. what's all this? it's my contribution to the festival. that's very generous of you. sure, i'm all heart. erm, can i ask a favour? well, what is it? i really need your help. that bad is it. er, john, two minutes? come on inside. would you talk to her? it's not my place to. what happened between siobhan
viewer, right? >> it's a little more complicated, but so much money has been lost betting interest rates, traditional methods of shorting bond futures, shorting rates, that it makes sense to look at small strategy ta gives you a lot of staying power. >> wa about converts or junk? >> yeah, high yield. >> interesting with interest rates going up, doesn't necessarily mean junk yields would go up. you would think if interest rates are going up, ultimately, it's been corroborate with a strong economy which tends to be a good environment for higher yield debt as the stronger economy would still translate to lower defaults and better credit in general. so i wouldn't say that betting on higher corporate yields, particularly higher junk or high yield rates is the best way to bet on interest rates. >> what could we look for for a total return for the next couple of years if we did everything right? >> on the upon side? >> yeah. >> you're still probably looking for total returns in the mid single digits, which would include a coupon that you're getting. >> you think equities could be okay, though?
states of america is in fact a safe bet. markets could go haywire. jon: well the naysayers have pointed out the president is wrong on that, because the treasury is collecting tax revenue every single day. we'd be able to pay a lot of the bills that he's talking about. >> that's absolutely right. i was watching the clock as you were playing that click, in the time according to your math in the time it took to run that clip we went $1.1 million more in debt. someone else can check my math. the simple fact is all this talk about default and if we don't do this we will default on our debt and all the rest, this is the democratic talking point, this is the democratic -- democratic administration that is using default as a bargaining chip. they are the ones who say if you had put any conditions on what we want to do, in terms of unlimited more borrowing, we are going to default. well that is a condition. to basically say that you're not going to have any kind of strange restraint, you're not going to chain it to gpi. you're simply saying you're going to borrow more with no strings attach that
i said, i think that seattle seems to be a team of destiny. >> tucker: where are you betting? >> i don't bet. >> tucker: i know you don't bet. let's say you had a friend who bets. where would he-- >> say pete rose. >> i don't know anybody, even when they have the little dollar betting thing, i don't even get involved so i can't honestly give you an answer when it comes to that. >> and super bowl, to answer alisyn's questions she's focused on because she can eat chicken wings and nachos. >> if i had a gun to my head i'm going on a limb to say denver and seattle. >> denver-seattle. >> alisyn: you heard it here first. >> big daddy. thank you. >> tucker: thank you. >> i'll have gumbo for you in new orleans i'll be down there doing the show as well. >> alisyn: that's right. >> i will definitely, as long as kilmeade lets me he likes to hog the spotlight. >> alisyn: i know. >> coming up, a very rare sight of a black iceberg. how the heck did that happen? >> well, how. >> tucker: then he spent five years as prisoner of war and now successful businessman and have the tips you need to become
? >> you bet. >>> the u.s. and britain and other governments involved are demanding more information from algeria about the military operation that we're hearing is ongoing hours upon hours into it. specifically why they were not told about the raid before it was actually launched. i've always kept my eye on her... but with so much health care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. your doctor will say get smart about your weight. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. [ male announcer ] glucerna hunger smart. a smart way to help manage hunger and diabetes. >>> on monday millions of us are going to be watching president obama when he raises his right hand and takes the oath of the office of president, which will be live, of course, right here on cnn. today, though, we're looking beyond that inaugu
. but the day-to-day attendance is smaller. the reason is the audience is spread out through off-track betting and simulcasting race is a different tracks. there are trucks there are no horse races them that people can wager on horses from other tracks. that said, it is not as popular as it was in the 1930's. a lot of that is in the 1930's the nfl and the nba didn't exist yet. they're also wasn't the proliferation of gambling opportunities. so, things have changed in that way to read it grew in popularity for quite some time and the biggest mistake that raising made was to not allow television. when television came out, they were not allowing a lot of major races to be shown on tv because they were worried people wouldn't bet on them anymore. television went to football and that hurt the sport a lot. it's coming back with a vengeance right now. all of the indicators are on the upswing for the races and i am very optimistic. >> there is no doubt that your [inaudible] >> we have a couple questions over here. >> what's your next book going to be? >> i get asked that a lot. i actually got a whole
. we will leave it there. >> i'd rather bet on toothpaste. thank you, maria. >> what were you just saying? >> i said i'd rather bet on toothpaste than banking. >> all right. >> see you in 2019. >> we will certainly follow up. thanks, gentlemen. see you soon. we appreciate your time tonight. >>> watch out below. the wall street could derail on trouble spots beyond our borders. michelle cabrera coming back in the second half of the show. >>> and up next, a more immediate problem. >> we think these sequesters will happen because the democrats have opposed our efforts to replace those cuts are others and offered no alternatives. >> house budget committee chairman paul ryan warning big spending cuts will kick in with defense being hardest hit. stick around. but we can still help you see your big picture. with the fidelity guided portfolio summary, you choose which accounts to track and use fidelity's analytics to spot trends, gain insights, and figure out what you want to do next. all in one place. i'm meredith stoddard and i helped create the fidelity guided portfolio summary. it's one
so hard and got so dirty in the cleanup, they got nicknamed the mud army. you can bet blah toons of them back in action this afternoon the platoon of volunteers. it will be a massive cleanup. >> thank you so much. >>> now here is matt. >>> savannah thank you. president obama hits the road to talk about immigration reform. the trip comes a day after a bipartisan group of senators unveiled their plan for dealing with the roughly 11 million undocumented people living here in the united states. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker with more. good morning. >> matt, good morning. president obama will give new details to the policies he first mapped out two years ago, and he will call on congress to pass on an immigration reform bill quickly. >> everybody in? >> reporter: president obama putting the spotlight on immigration reform today. a campaign promise echoed in his inaugural address. >> our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see america as a land of opportunity. >> reporter: the president turning up the
bet new orleans, but you better bring a rain jacket. it's dumping down there. >> that's what i heard. but i don't even care. it's my first super bowl. i don't care about the rain. good morning, frank. good to see you. for the first time, consumer reports is rating cancer screenings. the tests that could save your life and eight tests you should probably skip. plus a man trying to help oakland cut crime. we'll talk to, toker police former police chief bill bratton. and unexpected hidden talents among the 49ers. we'll see you at 7:00. tomorrow we'll be in new orleans. can't wait to go. >> i am jealous. have fun and be sure to root on the 49ers. thank you, gayle. >>> mike sugerman is making the traditional american road trip to new orleans driving across country. his latest stop along the way to new orleans, put him in the so-called yellow rose of texas. the city of amarillo. i have one question for you, sir. are you hungry? >> it is the -- yes. [ laughter ] >> reporter: you're going to have to wait to find out because i am in the beautifu
in the cleanup that they got nicknamed the mud army. you can bet the platoons of them will be back in action this year, those volunteers. and they'll be needed. it's going to be a massive cleanup, savannah. >> that, it is, sara james for us. thank you. here's matt. >>> traveling to las vegas to talk about immigration reform, president obama's trip comes after a group of bipartisan senators unveiled their plan for dealing with the roughly 11 million undocumented people living here in the united states. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker has more on that. >> reporter: president obama will give new details to the policies he first map ped out to years ago and will call on congress to pass an immigration reform bill quickly. president obama, putting the spotlight on immigrati reform today. a campaign promise echoed in his inaugural address. >> our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see america as a land of opportunity. >> reporter: the president turning up the heat on congress, by taking his case to nevada, where l
stocking. i bet you she'd been saving it up for after the war. does she have a name? perkins: agnes lyttleton. she rents the room from a mrs. ramsay. she's downstairs. who found her? she did, mrs. ramsay. so, what do you think, sir? boyfriend comes home finds her canoodling with some yank? wouldn't be the first time. (flashbulb pops) i can't believe such a thing could happen in my home. i just can't believe it. when did you know something was wrong? this morning. she didn't come down for breakfast and, well, i thought she'd overslept. were you here last night? no, i was playing bridge with some friends. i didn't arrive home until about 10:00. i was here in the house last night and all the time she was... perkins: you want some more tea? no. no, thank you. thank you. did she have a job? did she work here in brighton? just outside. white friars. i'm sure you know it. it's the family estate of the devereaux. and did she have any friends? or any visitors? she did have a friend. sylvie, i think her name was. a stable girl. and there was a young man, but he was a prisoner o
on a specific issue. that's a very dangerous thing. but, look, should we do something about spending? you bet we should but the debt limit is really the wrong place to have a debate where you start to defeat the country's economic position. >> that seems like unrelated issues. before my banker would give me more money or before american express would raise my credit limit they would want to know how i plan to live within my means in the future. >> they are related but i'm saying that we have to take in context where we are right now with our economy. our economy is just at the threshold of a recovery. this would, markets would react what we're doing. melissa: okay. >> we would see unemployment continue to be a major factor. and when you look at the trade deficit we have, which peter morici more than anybody has tracked, we, we have issues dealing with our economy. we aren't dealing with. spending should be --. melissa: absolutely are. >> don't go putting us in the tank here. melissa: what is the best outcome for the economy with the debt limit debate? >> we certainly have, the dennis is right th
more products made in the u.s., a big bet on american inginuity there. lots of focus today in our "market focus." here is susie. the major stock indices finished mixed for the second session in a row, with apple again weighing on the technology sector. the stronger december retail sales figures and low inflation didn't lead to any early stock buying. after spending much of the session in the red, the s&p 500 was able to climb into positive territory in the final hour of trading, finishing up a fraction but enough to be a five-year high. volume picked up with 602 million shares on the big board. over 1.8 billion traded on the nasdaq. with a decent retail sales in december, the consumer discretionary sector led the gains, up 0.7%. telecommunications saw the heaviest selling, falling 0.9%. apple stock saw a second day of selling on heavier volume. several wall street analysts were out with encouraging comments after yesterday's worries over the company reportedly cutting orders for some iphone 5 components. the stock closed below $500 per share for the first time since last february.
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since then. >> champagne, burritos, a restaurant chain is betting some customers will include this in part of the wedding. >> and a new attack ad from the nr >> novato, oakland, and sunnyvale and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> 6:15. it is not uncommon to have calm conditions in the morning which we have. we have wind in san jose, just a bit at three miles per hour. six at napa and nine at half moon bay but the calm conditions in the afternoon hours because of the huge area of high pressure, omega block high is the reason why we will have a "spare the air" day with hazy sunshine and poor air quality. we are in the 50's by noon and mid-to-upper 50's in the afternoon hours. enjoyment warmth. kristen? >> happening now firefighters are trying to rescue a woman caught between two buildings. this is a live picture of the firefighters from portland, oregon. this started after 4:00 this morning, the woman was seen smoking and a passerby heard a scream and found the woman fell into the tight space between this building and anotherredding and you can see they are working on it sh
, nothing will happen. i bet he'll come with a pretty heavy hand. >> megyn: he's a west virginia guy, joe manchin and you're a west virginia guy. west virginia is not going to get behind the gun ban. what's the odds of joe manchin getting behind this, language he's more moderate on the issue, but what are the odds of that happening? >> well, there's a term we have in west virginia, it's called to crawfish, when you move back real slow and you-- >> i like that crawfish. >> and you crawfish back out of something, and it's possible that you could crawfish on something like this, in the wake of -- remember, he got reelected and six years to try it make good if he thinks this is the case. casey in pennsylvania is somebody the president would give much more pressure to. while a lot of his state looks a lot like west virginia, a lot of the state is appalachian and western pennsylvania we know loves hunting and second amendment enthusiastic region, philadelphia, a lot of gun ban enthusiasts in the metro philly area, could be pressure for casey. for reid, i don't know. >> megyn: why would these gu
of the mobile devices and i bet everyone in this room has a mobile device and if i went to grab it from you, you would think i was stealing the most important thing that you have. i'm not going to do it. they act in ways that really make a lot of sense. if we take one of those areas that we mentioned, milwaukee, and the example you gave was in some of the less democracy parts of the world where democracy is in short supply and technology can provide a check and balance and a product for accountability, what about the mature democracies. we just had an election in this country. did that teach any lessons, were there any technology lessons to be drawn from this year's election? >> it's always hard to reason from one event. the winners get to write history and the losers sort of think about the next election. there is no connection that the obama campaign, because i was part of it, had a technology that helped elect the president. it was cloud computing, servers and targeted programs and get out the vote. so that is to say this is to governments are going to change, too. on the one hand, the govern
. even hearty minnesotans are feeling it. >> sure am. you bet. >> i think it's awfully cold. >> reporter: and reporters in subzero climbs have gotten creative. >> instant ice crystals. >> if you ever start to feel cold, a little chilly, think about your friends up in north dakota. that will sure warm you up. >> reporter: tonight, brian, many of us feel like we're all in north dakota, although there's nothing wrong with that. parents, however, may want to check with their children's schools tomorrow to make sure the classrooms are open. brian? >> kevin tibbles out in the cold of chicago tonight, thanks for that. >>> a look at the calendar reveals there are some major milestones all of which happened 40 years ago this week. richard nixon was inaugurated to a second term. former president lyndon johnson died at his ranch in texas. a peace deal was reached ending the war in vietnam. and the u.s. supreme court decided the case of roe versus wade, legalizing abortion. tonight, nbc's andrea mitchell looks at what has changed and what hasn't over the last 40 years. >> reporter: four decades afte
individual in this unique position. that must've been -- today that would be very cothat must've bet would be very controversial. was a controversial? >> hopkins himself was a lightning rod for criticism. and he was considered to be a rasputin, putting evil thoughts into heads. so the controversy that he had all those powers. he was the only civilian admitted into the map room in the white house with all the cables. all the cables came in from all over the world on national security issues. he was the only guy admitted in there to go in there anytime he wanted to. so he was hated by the conservatives of the country at the time. they printed all kinds of scurrilous things about him in "the washington post." despite his thick skin, he was very sincere, particularly about allegations against his wife supposedly taking tools from [inaudible name]. not the jewels that she said she took, but some other ones. [laughter] but yeah, i mean, when they reorganize the state department, he was very severely criticized for packing it with his people, which he did. basically choosing secretary of state. a
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especially when it happens at 8 a.m. local time the heart of the morning commute. >> i bet, rita. and can you tell us, it was it a newschopper? were they doing traffic or was it a private helicopter? do we know? >> reporter: it's a commercial helicopter. it's unclear who was on board. we understand police are still notifying the families. but at this point, we have just been told it was a commercial helicopter. >> is
for watching at his house, as well. i bet you that is a pretty nice place. right now we're on bourbon street in the historic french quarter. you can see behind me the the infamous bourbon street. if you hear the noise, these are all the trash trucks coming out and cleaning up the mess from the night before. they do such a great job. you would never know that the night before this street was littered with trash, beads and anything else people were throwing in the streets so the crews are very busy. the french quarter is such a beautiful place. that's not all new orleans has to offer. there's another part of town which is uptown. we kind of explored that yesterday. it's one of the only places that didn't flood during hurricane katrina and i'll show you what people there say is so special about that part of town. that is coming up. >> a quick question. did george lucas ever stop walking or did you just walk right out of town with him? >> he did not stop walking. i think he just wanted to keep on or maybe he thought we would leave him alone eventuall
to the tide. i bet joe is going to be happy. top of the hour on "morning joe," members of congress are promising tough confirmation hearings for the new nominees to head the pentagon and cia on "morning joe." the crew will kick that around and talk about what's in store for chuck hagel and john brennan. >>> when we come back here, we're going to huddle around the water cooler. pbs smashes records with the help of one of tv's most talked about shows. we're going to show you a clip from that when "way too early" comes right back. >>> when you're a quarterback in alabama, you see that love lly lady there? that is miss alabama. that is a.j. mccarron's girlfriend. what a beautiful woman, wow! >> a.j. is doing some things right. >> if you're a youngster in alabama, start getting the football out and throw aren't backyard. mine was earned in djibouti, africa, 2004. the battle of bataan, 1942. [ all ] fort benning, georgia, in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's c
, that is interesting. lancaster university. ha! sir? look it up on that doodah of yours now. i'll bet you 50 qu... who's that? you should have come in. complexion for the connection. might never get out. we don't lock people up for being black.
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